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Complete Guide to Integrating jQuery with Nuxt.js

Since most browsers have implemented features like document.querySelectorAll, or fetch, the importance of jQuery has gone down a lot. Most developers nowadays use native JavaScript functions in place of the ones provided by jQuery. With the advent of new JavaScript frameworks, like, React or Vue, most web-developers do not need...
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How to Upload A Remote File to Amazon S3

AWS' Simple Storage Service or S3 is a very popular object storage service offered by Amazon. A huge number of large-scale websites take advantage of S3. You can easily use it as a Content Delivery Network. To top it all, it has excellent API support that developers can take advantage...
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Weekly Collective #5

Weekly Collective is a round-up of latest news and resources from the developer community. It features tools, tutorials, useful videos, scripts, open-source projects among many other things. If you have spotted something nice or built a nice tool that you want to share, please use the comment section below. Icon...
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A Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript Unit Testing with Jasmine

Unit testing is an integral part of the development workflow. Most people hate to write unit tests. But these tests ensures security of your code. With unit testing, bugs are detected early in the development process. Code-base becomes more maintainable and easy to grasp. The purpose of unit testing is...
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Weekly Collective #1

Weekly Collective is a round-up of latest news and resources from the developer community. It features tools, tutorials, useful videos, scripts, open-source projects among many other things. If you have spotted something nice or built a nice tool that you want to share, please use the comment section below. Tools...
honeypot real time attack logger
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Find Real time Attacks with Honeypot

Low interaction honeypot application that displays real time attacks in the web-interface. Made just for fun and it is not production ready. Written in Node.js the application listens on 128 most common TCP ports which are most susceptible to attacks and saves results to the MySQL Database for further analysis....